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Travel adapter for Singapore

Posted by Martin Parker on

Travel adapter for Singapore

Singapore was heavily influenced by the UK and the electrical system is no exception, so taking a travel adapter is essential.

The type G plug and socket combination are used in Singapore and is not compatible with any other plug type.

The SublimeWare travel adapter with 4 USB connections can keep you connected when in Singapore.

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Travel adapter for Cuba

Posted by Martin Parker on

Travel adapter for Cuba

Traveling to Cuba? Then you need to consider taking a travel adapter of course, but also the power supplies in the country.

Cuba has developed with influences from many other countries while the USA trade embargoes were in place. The electricity supply system has a mixture of American and European influences!

Make sure you know what travel adapter or power converter you need in Cuba.

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Travel adapter for Canada

Posted by Martin Parker on

Travel adapter for Canada

Traveling to Canada? Then you may need a travel adapter to charge your electrical items.

If you are just heading over the border from the USA, then it may not seem necessary, but it could be handy! The SublimeWare travel adapter can charge 4 USB devices at once, so no need to carry multiple chargers. Saves weight and luggage space.

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Dual voltage devices and travel adapters

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Dual voltage devices and travel adapters

A travel adapter is a great companion in your suitcase, but do you need anything else?

More people are venturing out to other countries and one thing that is often overlooked is how to charge their smartphones and tablets while away.

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Travel adapter for Switzerland

Posted by Martin Parker on

Travel adapter for Switzerland

Traveling the world is one of lives great adventures, and when there are countries as beautiful as Switzerland you shouldn't need much encouragement. Just remember to take your travel adapter!

Switzerland uses a plug type common across Europe, so make sure your travel adapter provides type C connections and multiple USB connections.

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